Culture & Education of Hilongos

Lifelong learning and continuing education are todays key to a successful career. Hilongos met this adequately in its function with its general education and secondary schools as an educational facility, but could get a powerful impetus to this sector. It should be set the course for this at appropriate authorities, not just in the city administration, for a future-oriented direction. Hilongos wants to work on it.

Certainly Hilongos would be properly advised to use a Education Commission, an external administrative institution of brains trust to give advise to policy and administration. This should make recommendations which approaches among the management should be pursued for further education policy. The implementation of the guiding principles of Hilongos should be at the focus.

The objective should be to consider the holistically educational landscape and to develop this furtheron.

The Education Commission should agree on the following areas for action:

1. Regional education landscape
A commission should develop, based on current educational and social needs, ideas for further development of regional education landscape and advise the administration and politics.

2. Educational climate
It should contribute to the development of a broad-based educational climate and fosters cooperation among the central institutions in Hilongos.

3. Series of events
It should be designed events to support an innovative learning culture, which thus awaken the interest in the topic and create common ground in the educational understanding.

4. Qualification or training workshops
Conception of in-depth workshops for the development of a qualified employee body.

5. Practice colloquies
Initiation of discussions for a strengthening of communication in Hilongos educational institutions (the support of "mutual learning").

6. Public relations
Transparent presentation for everyone to produce a broadly supported fundamental consensus in Hilongos.

The management of this should be handled by a specially for this matter created educational office in Hilongos.

There is plenty to do, especially in this sector. Therefore, this article of the author should be discussed very seriously in all levels of the respective authorities and heeded this advice.

Also in the field of culture and the cultural scene, here it could be done just a little more. Especially the schools are challenged with their educational mission. Certainly it could be set up an exciting theater just for the little ones of preschool age children. Filipinos love music, it certainly could be organized atmospherically dense jazz concerts for the middle generation. Especially for the more staid generation classical top-class music concerts, which in return should be understood as a function of schools. Not only for the town fiesta funny cabaret evenings should be organized, on where the co-citizens get on their's "money's worth". Unfortunately, there is no public library yet, even here there is a great need to catch up.

Nor the program of the cultural scene of activities of diverse cultural clubs, churches and other organizations of Hilongos should be extended. It is just understandable that this still needs great effort and a superstructure, maybe as well with the help of "au pairs" of the more sedate age from abroad. Than in exchange Hilongos is prepared for whole this very well.

A challenge and task for both parties. Perhaps also a challenge for people of "Old World" and clearly of the "Asian cultural sphere". But this should succeed together with a lot of mutual understanding. Hilongos is ready for this.